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Mohegan Inspire to hold ribbon-cutting launch ceremony on March 5

February 12, 2024 South Korea Casino & HotelIndustry Updates

A press release released on Thursday states that the Mohegan Inspire Entertainment Resort, which opened a foreign-only casino in South Korea recently, will host an opening celebration on March 5 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony that will welcome “500 VIP” guests and feature a blend of Mohegan and Korean culture.

The Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority, a Native American tribe, is hosting the event. It will open on March 2 with a program called Inspire Salute, which features K-pop artists.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony is scheduled on March 5 to officially off the month-long celebration. Notably, on March 8 and 9, the property’s 15,000-seat Inspire Arena will host two concerts by American rock group Maroon 5.

A “private-party style event” including hip hop and DJ performances will take place within the property’s indoor Splash Bay water park on March 14.

Not only will table tennis in Korea celebrate its 100th anniversary as an established sport, but an international competition known as the ‘WTT Champions Incheon’ will take place at the Inspire Arena from March 27 to March 31. There will be 32 elite competitors in the competition, including well-known athletes from China and Korea.

Mohegan Gaming’s president and CEO, Ray Pineault, emphasized the company’s recent product celebration and thanked everyone for their hard work. He conveyed his enthusiasm for the March events and ceremony. He also underlined his dedication to delivering extraordinary experiences by supporting events including Maroon 5 and other artists.

Pineault’s comments were echoed by Chen Si, president of Mohegan Inspire, who expressed excitement for the grand opening celebration and acknowledged the hard effort that has brought the company this far.

Mohegan Inspire had a soft opening for its non-gaming services on November 30. Among the attractions were the first multipurpose stadium in South Korea, a five-star hotel with 1,275 rooms spread over three towers, restaurants managed directly, MICE (meetings, incentives, conferences, and exhibitions) facilities, and a “digital entertainment street” named Aurora.

Original story by: GGRAsia

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